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Hats off to Sergi’s Tapas Bar

TRISH TAKES FIVE: By Trish Burgess

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Tony Gent

WORD ON THE GROUND: Rain not a pain for farmers

I started writing this before Wednesday’s rain last week. The long, dry spell and the prospect of a 1976-style summer drought was on every farmer’s mind, but most of country has now had some satisfactory amounts of rain. We have recorded 63mm or approx 2 ½ inches.

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Scott Woods

MONEY MATTERS: Troubles for Trump sees bonds blow

Global stock markets pulled back, with the MSCI All Country World Index retreating from close to a record peak, as US President Donald Trump faced mounting controversies surrounding Russia and a political crisis shook Brazil.

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Dr Bailey's grave - Long Sutton

LOOKING BACK: Mystery of the Long Sutton doctor’s death

Set in the floor of St Mary’s Church in Long Sutton near the altar rail which carries a memorial to the subject of last month’s column, John Swain, and now partially obscured by a wooden screen and electric heater, is a stone that reads ‘Alas poor BAILEY and Rebekah his wife’.

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Editor Jeremy Ransome

We must not give in to terrorism

EDITOR’S COMMENT: By Jeremy Ransome

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Cast of The Wizard of Oz. Photo Andrew Rudd.

Bringing a production to life on the stage

TRISH TAKES FIVE: By Trish Burgess

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Spalding Beer and Music Festival  Castle Complex
All the way from Peterboro and Newcastle - Malcolm Kennedy, Emily and Mandy Murdie

HELPING HAND: You can make a big difference

National Volunteers’ Week runs from June 1 to 7 and is an opportunity to thank those already volunteering and ask others ‘how could you make the difference?’

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Scott Woods

MONEY MATTERS: Shares are are robust despite the political risk

Political risk reared its head again this week. After the election of centrist Emmanuel Macron in France soothed worries, the sacking of FBI director James Comey by US president Donald Trump revived them.

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John Ward

Are you wotsit?

WARD’S WORLD: By John Ward

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Free Press and Guardian receptionists Linda Lovell and Leeann Hodson

Our publisher is very keen to ‘make a difference’

EDITOR’S COMMENT: By Jeremy Ransome

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John Ward

You’re still here then!

WARD’S WORLD: By John Ward

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Julian Davis

WORD ON THE GROUND: Weather is causing concerns

The Spring drought has caused much concern.

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Can you give Nico a home?

Can you give Nico a loving home?

MAN’S BEST FRIEND: By Jerry Green Dog Rescue, South Lincolnshire

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Ayscoughfee Hall School

Searching for former Ayscoughfee Hall School pupils and teachers

TRISH TAKES FIVE: By Trish Burgess

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One Little Word will be performed at the South Holland Centre.

INSIDE THE CENTRE: Half-term family fun on stage and the small screen

With just over a week to go until the kids break up for half term, we have a few ideas up our sleeves to keep everyone entertained!

For those who love the magic of a live stage show, internationally-renowned M6 Theatre Company bring One Little Word to the South Holland Centre on Wednesday May 31 at 2pm.

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Simon Day

WORD ON THE GROUND: Spring work nearing completion

We are nearing the completion of another spring planting campaign, with the first planted potatoes now emerging and will be due their first blight spray this week, to try and keep the crop disease free.

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John Ward

It’s not that time again?

WARD’S WORLD: By madcap inventor John Ward

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Can you give Buster a home.

Buster looking for a forever home

MAN’S BEST FRIEND: By Jerry Green South Lincolnshire Dog Rescue

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Put your shirt on the Tulips next season

EDITOR’S COMMENT: By Jeremy Ransome

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Only a few days before show starts

Only a few days before show starts

TRISH TAKES FIVE: By Trish Burgess

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